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INTECOL abstracts deadline

Logo of INTECOL 2020 conference

The 11th International Wetlands Conference, INTECOL, will happen later this year, with a deadline fast approaching in February. They are calling for abstracts for symposia or workshops, to be received by 28 February. The conference will happen in October in Christchurch, New Zealand. Key dates: Call for

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EAAFP Small grants fund open for application

The East Asian-Australasia Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) has launched a small-grants award. The closing date is 3 February 2019. Download the application form here. There is also more information on the EAAFP website.   

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WWD 2017 in Hunter Wetlands Centre Australia

For WWD 2017, Hunter Wetlands Centre Australia ( partnered with diverse organisations at three separate events to highlight the role of wetlands in disaster risk reduction, as well as the important values of wetlands. Our team participated in three conferences and workshops in Newcastle, Sydney and Perth

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Hunter Wetland Centre, Australia

Gwydir wetlands

Hunter Wetlands Centre Australia (HWCA) launched two exhibitions of photographs of waterbirds and wetlands to celebrate World Wetlands Day on Tuesday 2 February 2016. HWCA is pleased to partner with the New South Wales (NSW) Office of Environment and Heritage to provide a long-term home for a

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Kakadu and WetlandCare art competition, Australia

wetland in a box

WWD 2013 Kakadu National Park Breakfast and information stalls at the Jabiru town plaza, followed by wetland craft activities at the Jabiru town pool. It may be the driest wet season in a long time, but that didn’t stop celebrations for World Wetlands Day on Saturday 2

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Aukland, NZ

World Wetlands Day was celebrated in Auckland on Saturday 2 February 2013. The event was hosted by the Auckland Zoo and supported by the National Wetland Trust of New Zealand, Forest & Bird, Fish & Game, Ducks Unlimited, and WaiCare. The event was located at Ngā Repo,

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WWD at Lake Serpentine, NZ

About 300 people joined the National Wetland Trust on the 3rd of February at Lake Serpentine/Rotopiko to celebrate the start of the National Wetland Centre project. After a brief site blessing by local iwi Ngati Apakura and talks by supporters and the two co-founders, attendees took a

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